365 Days

Extended due to popular demand

Due to popular demand the Zo Damage 365 Day Project exhibition at Arts Centre Melbourne as part of The Kiln initiative has been extended with the installation on show for an additional three days. The Zo Damage 365 Day Project installation will now show 13–15 August 2017.

About the book

The Damage Report combines Zo’s immersive photography from her 365 Day Project with a selection of quotes and abstracts from artists featured. The book, which offers a unique perspective and insight into this vital cultural hub, is presented as a stunning document of historical significance from the perspective of the live music scene itself.

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The immensity of the Zo Damage 365 Day Project is inspiring in the sheer breadth of its volume and vision, as well as in its representation of music culture and community.

The Damage Report, and photographs from the Zo Damage 365 Day Project collection are available to purchase from Arts Centre Melbourne for the duration of Zo’s exhibition.  

What

The Damage Report
Book launch & exhibition by Zo Damage

Where

Arts Centre Melbourne
The Kiln
Gallery 1, 100 St Kilda Rd Melbourne

Opening night

11 August 2017 (Sold Out)
Live music: Wet Lips
Guest speaker: Helen Marcou

365 Day Project exhibition

13–15 August
The Damage Report available to purchase from Concierge
Free entry

Sponsors

Zo Damage is proudly sponsored by Prism ImagingYoung Henrys and Goatsound Studios.

A Day On The Green

A Day On The Green

This year, A Day On Green out did themselves, bringing together yet another outstanding series of shows and line-ups. I was very lucky to be attending ADOTG in Geelong. Nestled in the picturesque surrounds of Mt Duneed Estate, festival goers were treated to wine, food, vista views and live music goodness from The Meanies, Jebediah, Spiderbait, You Am I and Something For Kate.